From left, John Alexander, director of public affairs for Burlington City, Jim Flynn, Burlington City High School principal, and Amanda Mackie, City of Refuge Church youth pastor, hang a sign for Thursday’s Play Streets event. [KELLY KULTYS / BURLINGTON TIMES STAFF PHOTOJOURNALIST]

Law enforcement, local churches, social organizations, youth-based groups, municipal, county and state agencies and school districts have been working together to find ways to intervene early in a child’s life and help steer them clear of a path to the criminal justice system. In a recent story, the Burlington County Times highlights the success of our juvenile delinquency prevention work in the county. Read more.